Twas The Night Before Christmas!

A magical Christmas poem written long ago by Clement C. Moore captured the magic of a holiday all children hold dear.  Not only are the names of Santa’s reindeer mentioned, but Santa himself is described in a robust and jolly way.  With visions of sugar plums we dedicate this old favorite to the believers, wherever they may be!

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The Gift of the Magi

Della and Jim were poor, yet happily in love.  On the day before Christmas, with little money saved, each found a secret way to afford a very special gift for the other.  For them, to give was more important than to receive, as we shall hear. Their heartfelt story brightens the Christmas spirit, as their gifts are truly “worthy of the magi”.

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The Thanksgiving Stone

Zach and Ethan were amazed that grandfather Edward has served in the infantry in France at the end of the war in Europe.  Edward was touched that these young men were captivated by the history he had lived.  It was an unusual Thanksgiving, in which the story of a small stone revealed a world of understanding between generations, and strengthened the ties that bind.

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Little Bunny meets Timothy the Squirrel

Timothy the Squirrel was a hero!  He sent a flock of birds to save Little Bunny’s Brother and Sister, when their red balloon carried them high into the sky.  (Hear all about this adventure when you listen to: The Little Bunny Who Thought For Himself, recorded earlier).  In this story, Mama Bunny takes Little Bunny to meet Timothy and thank him for saving her children.  Listen now as Little Bunny makes friends with Timothy, and hears the story of how he found his name.

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The Halloween Candy Nightmare

Victor had such a nightmare after eating too much candy on Halloween night.  Who would he call to help him wake up from his strange dream?  How would he get back home to his bedroom?  The answer was printed on a little card, kept in a suit pocket of an old magic coat, locked in an old blue trunk from Cairo.  Keep the light on and the windows closed when you listen to this enchanted Halloween tale by Alan M. Scofield.

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